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Reverse Engineering Project

By: Nahndi Kikr-Bradley, Kyle Ryan, and Michael Moss
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on 13 February 2013

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Thanks For Watching! Hope You Enjoyed our Prezi...... 1. Our product is a Dial Calender.
2. It lets you turn the knobs so you can tell the date. It tells the day, month, and year.
3. There is a lot of pieces that are unseen, and that you would not expect to see in the Dial Calender. Its a very unique, and contains a lot of difficult pieces to make. 1. Yes, curiosity, reverse engineering, and additional parts. Height:1.63in
Depth:3.32in
Width:1.319in
Material of Part: Brass
Density of Material:
Volume:3.72
Surface Area: 12.97
Mass: 5.12 Dial 2 Height: 1.19in
Width:.428in
Depth:1.16in
Material of part: Wood
Density: 0.133
Volume: 3.61
Surface Area:14.72
Mass:5.03 Brass Pin Our Mechanical Object Is the........ Results Conclusion Questions Frame DIAL CALENDER Screw Frame Height: 1.408in
Depth: .430in
Width:.974in
Material of Part: Brass
Density: 0.92
Volume:4.16
Surface Area:16.91
Mass:8.38 Reverse Engineering Project.
By: Michael, Nahndi, and Kyle Our Dial Calendar has 9 pieces,
which includes the...................... Screw Frame R
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d Base Dial 1 Dial 2 Bolt Frame Shell Brass Pin Wood Base height: 3.591in
Width: .220 in
Depth: 2.50in
Material of parts: wood
Density of Material: 0.21
Volume: 6.20
Surface area:28.452
Mass: 8.4 Dial One Height: 1.82in
Width: 1.744in
Depth: 1.16in
Material of part: Wood
Density: 3.2
Volume:6.321
Surface Area:21.02
Mass:8.36 Height: 3.0in
Width: 0.25in
Depth: 0.26in
Material of part: Brass
Density: 5.12
Volume:13.91
Surface Area:29.1
Mass:13.8 Rigid Screw Height:.790in
Width:.070in
Depth:.373in
Material of part:Brass
Density: 0.013
Volume:2.10
Surface Area:6.38
Mass:4.21 Shell Height:2.298in
Width:1.17in
Depth:1.32in
Material of part:Brass
Density:0.23
Volume:3.12
Surface Area:12.8
Mass:6.32 Bolt Frame Height:.1.547in
Width:.512in
Depth:.976in
Material of part:Brass
Density:0.32
Volume:2.97
Surface Area:9.12
Mass:4.31 Functional Analysis Functional Analysis Functional Analysis Functional Analysis Functional Analysis Functional Analysis Functional Analysis Functional Analysis Functional Analysis The bases function is to
hold everything in place. The brass pin spins the dial which tells the days of the week. The shells function, is to cover all the items in the dial calender. Holds the bolt in place. The bolt turns the dial to tell the dates. The Brass Pin spins the dials to change the dates in the calender. Rigid screw turns the brass pen. Keeps everything inside of the Dial Calender. Holds the place of the screw. 2.Take all the parts apart, measure them, and put parts back together. This is used to help with the understanding of your object. 3. So you can understand the object you are working with, and understand how to work as a group. S
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